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Roseburg Fire Department donates Fire Truck to UCC

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The Roseburg Fire Department donated one of their own retired fire trucks to UCC in hopes to help expand the fire science and first responder programs. Currently approximately ten students are in the fire science program; however the new donation may increase enrollment in the classes. The new fire truck will provide fire science students…

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Resiliency Room provides safe space for students and faculty

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    Tony Dicenzo, Counselor and Mental Health Therapist, in the Resiliency Room, ESB #9.

Mental health issues have long been a concern of many. UCC students and faculty have faced these controversial issues first hand. That is why the new Resiliency Room in the ES Building, ESB 9, provides comfort for all facing the unfortunate effects of Oct. 1.

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Acts of kindness bring positivity to UCC

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    Scott Taylor, custodial staff, practices kindness.

The Random Acts of Kindness Campaign is spreading the gift of positivity through the UCC campus in light of the deadly shooting that tragically killed eight students and one teacher on Oct. 1 of last year. The UCC Remembrance Committee has created their own version of the national Random Acts of Kindness campaign through the…

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Bands honor UCC with free tribute concert

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    Tory Rose serenaded the crowd gathered at Doc. Stewart’s Legion Field. Guitarist Lorenzo Wilcox Di Laura (left), graduated last spring from UCC.

The community came to Stewart Park Saturday to commemorate and pay tribute to those affected by the Oct. 1 shooting of last year. After a 9k/5k Run-Walk, a concert was held by The Tory Rose and Sanctus Real bands at 1 p.m. in Legion Field. Both bands offered a free concert to honor the nine…

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Staff reflects on the past year

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Les Rogers, TRiO, Advising Specialist  Q: What is the greatest challenge you overcame this year? A: On a professional level, helping students through their own greif process (after Oct. 1) and keeping them on track academically so what happened doesn’t negatively affect their goals in terms of transferring for our program specifically. Q: How did…

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Mosaic provides healing through art

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Since her first year of teaching at UCC, Susan Rochester, chair of the Fine Art department, wanted to do something to cover the plain 50-by-5 foot wall behind the Fine Arts building. She had pondered various options, but when her student Kindra Neely wanted to do a more permanent art project before she graduates, the…

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